Reading Instruction for Students who are Deaf and Hard-of-HearingPresentation Slides
Jessica W. Trussell, Ph.D.
Students entering colleges and careers in this century will read and write more than any other time in our history. This will be no different for students who are deaf and hard-of-hearing (DHH). To meet this challenge, teachers of students who are DHH need to deliver evidence-based reading instruction. We will review and practice various strategies and activities to promote students' reading success at the elementary and secondary level.
Act 48, ASHA, PSYCH
Teachers who work with students with hearing loss
Speaker Bio: Jessica W. Trussell, Ph.D.,
is an assistant professor in the Masters of Science in Secondary Education program at National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) at Rochester Institute of Technology. Previously, Jessica was a teacher at the Idaho School for the Deaf. She is currently engaged in research with NTID’s Center for Education Research Partnerships and her primary interest is in developing evidence-based reading interventions for readers who are deaf or hard of hearing.